Could there be a sillier idea for a horror movie than killer sheep? Well, killer birds spring to mind, and that's what writer-director Jonathan King's movie is: THE BIRDS (1963) in sheep's clothing. And King wrings some pretty good scares along with a couple of sly chuckles out of his wild and woolly premise.
New Zealand sheep farmer's son Henry Oldfield (Nathan Meister) has a little phobia. Actually a big one, the worst possible under the circumstances: ovinophobia. Ever since his dad's death in a flock-related accident, Henry has been scared to death of sheep, and as a high-strung, psychotropically medicated adult, he's all but abandoned the fa...